Bordering on Insanity
By Philippe Gastonne     
There are logical arguments for nation-states to defend their borders against illicit persons and goods. Those arguments are not nearly as compelling as some people think, but they exist. They apply mainly for people and goods entering a country – not those leaving it. The United States in particular likes to claim it has no Iron Curtain and that people are free to leave. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security seems to be missing this distinction. As Jae Shik Kim was about to board a flight to ...
Reliving the Crash of '29
Editorial by Murray Rothbard     
First published in Inquiry, November 12, 1979. A half-century ago, America — and then the world — was rocked by a mighty stock-market ...
Is Trump the Real Deal?
Editorial by Nelson Hultberg     
The talking heads of the establishment are heaping scorn on Donald Trump like squawking crows defecate on those beneath the phone lines ...